Delhi drug bust results in lookout notices being issued for two Iranians who have fled.

Two Iranian chemical experts reportedly came to India to extract and process heroin smuggled in containers . Cops say they were working for the deputy heads of the heroin cartel Ahmed Shah and Baba Jani .

NEW DELHI: A lookout circular has been released, and immigration ports have been alerted about the two Iranian chemical experts who reportedly came to India to extract and process the heroin smuggled in containers to Indian ports.According to intelligence reports, the two Iranians were identified as Alireza Rajabi and Tohid Rajabi.They were spotted after the Delhi Police special cell recovered their passport numbers from the two Afghan nationals detained.After the modules here picked up the cargoes, the Afghanis identified as Rahimullah Rahimi and Mustafa Stanikzai told cops that such chemical specialists, referred to in drug circles as physicians, often flew down to India on tourist or medical visas just for this purpose.

The cops had announced on Friday that they were searching for two Iranians in connection with the drug haul.According to a source, special commissioner HGS Dhaliwal has formed a special team led by DCP Pramod Kushwaha to tackle the whole network.The shipment was transported from Shahid Rajaei Port, Iran, to Dubai, according to sources.The parcel was belonging to a company named Futuria in Ajman, UAE, which was owned by a name Jalali.

Shah is an Afghan national based in Pakistan who is said to have been coordinating the delivery of shipments through Iran using a network of companies.